National Trails Day! Iller Creek Trail

Spokane County Parks - Iller Creek Conservation Area

8:30AM - 3:30PM
Sat, Jun 04, 2011


Views from Iller Creek Conservation Area

National Trails Day! Eastern Washington - Spokane Area. Join us for a day (or two) of trail improvements and maintenance within Spokane's Iller Creek Conservation Area. This lush riparian corridor contains 163 invertebrate species, 86 bird species, 15 mammals and 2 amphibians. We will address additional maintenance projects on trails within the area. The work will involve coming up with solutions to divert water of the trails, cutting back brush, and other much-needed projects that will be determined by your crew leader.

The Iller Creek drainage begins at south end of property and flows through cool, north-facing valley along lush riparian corridor and contains 163 invertebrate species, 86 bird species, 15 mammals and 2 amphibians. The area provides white-tailed deer and Rocky Mountain elk winter range and migratory corridor and a nesting area for Red-tailed hawks.

The Project: We will be doing preventative maintenance and some reconstruction on the East Ridge of Iller Creek Trail. The work will involve digging tread, brushing, drainage work and other activities.

Driving directions:
From I-90: * Take Argonne Road exit, #287 * Drive south on Argonne Rd * Continue past Sprague Avenue onto Dishman-Mica Road, drive approximately 2.8 miles * Turn right at Schafer Road stoplight * At about .4 mile where the road is closed, turn right onto Cimarron then left on S Woodruff. *Go 0.7 miles on Woodruff and then turn right on E Holman Road. * Continue 0.9 miles to cul-de-sac * Park in cul-de-sac, where we will meet.


GPS coordinates are only approximate, please always use the written driving directions when trying to find a trail head

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